Saturday, March 17, 2012

5 bad guys die in Zacatecas

By Chris Covert
Rantburg.com

A total of five armed suspects were killed by units of the Mexican Army in separate encounters in Zacatecas state since Wednesday, according to Mexican news accounts.


Saturday morning around 0900 hrs armed suspects attacked an army patrol detachment with the Mexican 11th Military Zone in Concepcion del Oro municipality.

Two suspects were killed and one was wounded.  The wounded suspect along with two other male suspects and two woman were detained following the encounter.

Soldiers seized four rifles and two vehicles as well as an undisclosed quantity of contraband.

In Valparaiso municipality, another army unit came under small arms fire near the Hotel La Laguna early Wednesday morning.

The unit was apparently on road patrol around 0300 hrs when the encounter took place.  Army return fire killed three armed suspects. 

Three women were detained who were apparently prostitutes. Three rifles were also seized by elements of the army patrol.

A relief element with the Mexican 52nd Infantry Battalion had apparently been dispatched from its base near Fresnillo, which was attacked by an unknown number of armed suspects.  Reports say the attack was intended to prevent the relief element from reinforcing the fight of the unit in Valparaiso.

The attackers apparently fled into the night, ending the battle. No casualties from either side were reported in the second encounter. It is unclear from report exactly where the relief element was attacked since Fresnillo is more than 80 kilometers from Valparaiso to the southwest.

The Mexican Secretaria de Defensa Nacional (SEDENA), the controlling agency for the Mexican Army has not to date released any information on its website about any of the armed encounters.

Chris Covert writes Mexican Drug War and national political news for Rantburg.com

13 comments:

  1. Most likely Zetas , lazca and 40 ,yall need to train your peole better and stop fucking gettin chapines and salvadorians, -el cabra

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  2. lol! will these coked up retards never learn....

    DON'T SHOOT MILITARY CONVOYS. THEY DON'T LIKE IT! THEY WON'T TRY AND ARREST YOU THEY WILL TURN YOUR SORRY ASSES INTO SWISS CHEESE AND THINK NOTHING OF IT!!!!

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  3. I want to see photos of dead sacarios

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  4. I live in the US and was just visiting Zacatecas a week ago and found the Mexican Military to be actively patroling the city and are an intimidating but welcome site to the Mexican people of Zacatecas.

    My hope is that the drug cartel will move on and go somewhere else.

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  5. The reports are always that the "bad guys" are attacking the Military,either the military thinks this looks good, or these Mexican criminals are the dumbest peons on the planet,maby they are coked up ??

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  6. I just returned from a vacation in Zacatecas and live in the US. The Mexican Military are an intimidating but welcome site for the people of that city. They patrol the streets in their dark clothese and guns standing up in the back of black vehicles!

    It is my hope that the drug cartel will find some other place to move to and leave their own people alone!

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  7. Great so they will go somewhere else....where though?

    Hope they don't come anywhere near me!!

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  8. Congratulations motherfuckers, your worm food, I'll never get tied of reading about zetas eating dirty. Zacatecas use to be a peaceful city until the zetas moved in, I just wish the community would get together and expose all the known criminals so the military could have move target practice.

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  9. they are that coked and stupid...and also under orders ...do or die...all for a few pesos more

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  10. The Nuevo Laredo shootout that left 13 sicarios "good" on March 1st should have been a warning to every single sicario in Mexico. Don't F with the Mexican Army.

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  11. All I got to say is that if the military don't clean up Zacatecas from those fucken rataz, I will live to see a civil war and I will be in the front line. I know my people of Zacatecas and we only put up with so much, so keep pushing your luck. I speak for myself, no one else.

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  12. The MEXICAN EJERCITO HAS NOT GOTTEN THE JOB DONE. GET RID OF CORRUPTION.

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  13. Shoot the corrupt too

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